When you can’t see what’s ahead look for the next marker and take it one step at a time.
When the road is straight and clear, walk ahead with confidence.
Go where you’ve never been before.
hen you were a baby in your mother’s womb, you felt whatever she felt. If she had a coffee date with a friend, you got a caffeine hit too. If she ate a tub of strawberry icecream, you shared her sugar rush.
Same with what she felt. When she felt happy, secure and in love, you felt good too. When she felt anxious or lonely, you felt it too.
But you didn’t arrive as a blank slate. You already had the beginnings of your personality, right from the beginning. Ever heard a baby cry? It’s sad, afraid or frustrated, according to how the baby is feeling.
If you want to understand yourself now – the things that excite you, scare you, anger and move you – you need to see how you got here. Past life therapy means going back.